|Miles Fisher Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 10 in|
|Date of Birth||June 23, 1983|
Miles Fisher is an American actor, comedian, entrepreneur, and musician who became an internet sensation in 2020 after he was seen impersonating Tom Cruise and performing mundane, silly tasks meant to satirize the latter’s haughty public persona in several YouTube and TikTok videos. These videos were created in collaboration with the visual effects artist Chris Ume and amassed millions of views online. Moreover, Miles has appeared in films like Gods and Generals (2003), J. Edgar (2011), Superhero Movie (2008), A Christmas Arrangement (2018), Wolves at the Door (2016), etc. He has also had small roles in many television series including Gossip Girl (2009), Mad Men (2009), and 2 Broke Girls (2016).
James Leslie Miles Fisher
Dallas, Texas, United States
Los Angeles, California, United States
Miles studied at the St. Mark’s School of Texas and later went to St. Albans School after his family shifted to Washington, D.C.
Furthermore, he attended Harvard University and received his Bachelor’s degree in English.
Actor, Comedian, Entrepreneur, Musician
- Father – Richard W. Fisher (Former President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas)
- Mother – Nancy Fisher (Member of the National Board of the American Film Institute)
- Others – James Collins (Maternal Grandfather) (Politician)
In 2002, Miles was represented by the Endeavor Talent Agency.
5 ft 10 in or 178 cm
75 kg or 165.5 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Miles has dated –
- Lucette Blodgett (2014-Present) – On June 28, 2014, he tied the knot with Lucette Blodgett, whose father is the Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (1970) actor Michael Blodgett. The couple became parents with the arrival of a daughter in October 2017.
Race / Ethnicity
He has Norwegian, English, and Scottish ancestry.
- His uncanny resemblance to Tom Cruise
- Dimpled smile
Miles Fisher has endorsed or promoted brands such as –
- Grand Seiko
- Audemars Piguet
- Time Warner Cable (2009)
Miles Fisher Facts
- He co-founded the companies Bixby Roasting Co. in 2017 and Metaphysic in 2021.
- In 2020, a Belgian visual effects artist named Chris Ume created a deepfake video in which Miles’s eyes were swapped with Tom Cruise’s eyes.
- He wrote and acted in a 10-minute short film titled Headshot. The film was entered at the 2001 International Teen Movie Festival and won Miles the ‘Best Actor’ award for his performance.
- For his undergraduate thesis, Miles wrote a screenplay about a Harvard graduate who avoids getting drafted in the Vietnam War by becoming a teacher at a military prep school. His screenplay earned him Harvard University’s ‘LeBaron Russell Briggs’ prize.
- A Newsday article in 2001 titled Miles Fisher, ‘It’ Boy was written by the columnist Liz Smith and referred to him as a ‘wunderkind’ and ‘the next Tom Cruise’.
- In 2009, he recorded a cover song of This Must Be The Place (1983) by the band, Talking Heads. He shot a music video for the song which featured Miles paying homage to Christian Bale‘s role as Patrick Bateman from American Psycho (2000). The video became a viral hit and garnered over 200,000 hits on Break.com in the first 24 hours of its online release.
Featured Image by Miles Fisher / Instagram